Session outline and group activity scenarios from a workshop titled "Mental Health Concerns and How to Address Them", presented by Gabriel Cojocariu and Kerry Barron (Waterloo Co-operative Residence Incorporated) at NASCO Institute 2017.
These materials are from a workshop titled "Keeping Yourself and Community Safe - Protest Health and Safety", presented by Noah Saperstein at NASCO Institute 2017.
This presentation and workbook are from a workshop titled U"npacking Violence: Liberation Within Chaos" presented by the D.O.P.E. Collective Savion Mingo, Jason Cathcart, and Caitlin Blue at NASCO Institute 2017.
Action Camp: Lessons Learned
Table of Contents
Anti-Oppression: Key Words
Fabric of Oppression
Levels and Types of Oppression: Examples
Organizing and Facilitation Tools
Starting a Diversity Committee in Your Co-op
Websites and Collectives
Books, Readings, and Publications
TABLA DE CONTENIDOS Contra la Opresión: Introducción El entramado de la Opresión - 2 Contra la Opresión: Palabras Claves - 3 Niveles y Tipos de Opresión: Ejemplos - 6 Ser un Aliado Qué es ser aliado? Lo básico. - 8 Superando el prejuicio de edad - 11 Ser un Hombre Aliado - 13 Ser un Heterosexual Aliado - 15 Ser Aliado de un Trans – 16
This is the packet that action campers receive prior to Action Camp to ensure a basic understanding of issues being discussed at Action Camp.
Examples of different types of oppression existing in society at the Individual, Cultural, and Institutional levels.
This is a 2007 study of housing cooperatives in the upper Midwest (in Madison, Chicago and Iowa City) entitled 'Housing Cooperatives and Health'. It aims to investigate the relationships between living in a housing cooperatives and tenant-shareholders' physical and emotional health. Questions and comments welcome. Contact Jeff Bessmer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How To Start and Run A Diversity Committee In Your Co-op